Dez Jermaine of Urban Society Dreams 2 Reality Mag recently caught up with Sicko Mobb’s Lil Trav and Lil Ceno to get pick their brains on their growing rap career.
Jermaine asked the duo what their music means to them at this point in their career.
Lil Trav answered, “It means everything now. We wasn’t used to this at first. It’s like a job now. We thought it was gonna be easy, but it ain’t.”
Lil Ceno followed his brother’s response, saying, “At first, we wasn’t really taking it serious when we first started.
Lil Trav and Lil Ceno recently signed a recording contract with Polo Grounds/RCA. The label, founded in 2006 by Bryan Leach, is home to Asap Rocky, Asap Ferg, Asap Mob and Pitbull.
In late December 2013, the West Side Chicago duo inked a publishing deal with Stellar Songs/Water Publishing, an imprint of Sony/ATV.
Its parent publishing company Sony/ATV is the largest publishing company in the world.
Sony/ATV publishing company boasts a popular pool of talent, including, B2K, Babyface, Boyz II Men, Fabolous, Jay-Z, Lauryn Hill, LL Cool J and Mary J. Blige, to name a few.
Last November, the Mobb revealed several record labels were interested in them.
Sicko Mobb, comprised of rappers Lil Trav and Lil Ceno, said they were in talks with Def Jam and Interscope Records.
Sicko Mobb wrote both labels offered $3 million, according to a Nov. 1 post written on the group’s Facebook page.
“Def Jam Or Interscope?!? Sicko Mobb Finna Get Signed!! Witch Ones Should pick Both offering 3million THANKXZ To all Our Fans!!!” the post read.
The duo made their way out to New York at Island Def Jam’s main headquarters. They posted photos of the Def Jam meeting to their IG accounts.
Sicko Mobb is now prepping the follow up to “Super Saiyan Vol. 1.” The project is slated to drop soon.
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